“Everyone contributes not to turn on the climate and to soften the tones. 41 bis? You don’t touch”
“It’s not up to me to decide”, but “I don’t think such important positions can be questioned for an afternoon parliamentary controversy”. Thus the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Matthew Salvinion the sidelines of the site inspection of the Bovisa Goccia campus in Milan, replied to those who asked him if the undersecretary of Justice Andrea Delmastro and the vice president of Copasir Giovanni Donzelli should resign from their respective positions, after the revelations in the Chamber on the Cospito case .
“Yesterday I spent the day at work. They told me in the evening what happened. The less controversy there is, the better it is”, he continued, adding: “It is a moment in which between politics and the judiciary, between the majority and the opposition, the less controversy there is, the better it is”, remarked Salvini, adding: “I expect it to end all with a handshake. Everyone contributes to not turning on the climate and to dilute the tones”.
“As far as I’m concerned, neither life imprisonment nor 41 bis will be affected”, he added, answering those who asked him if there will be any interventions on the prison regime. “It is a choice of the judiciary, including that for Cospito. I let the judiciary do its thing,” said Salvini, adding that “the renewal of the CSM also gives a new perspective from that point of view. If a magistrate believes life imprisonment and solitary confinement are necessary, he will have made his own assessments of him. As far as I’m concerned, neither life imprisonment nor the 41 bis are affected”.